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Powerflow Exhausts Keeps Moving

(Clacton, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) Seven years on – and what a lucky seven it has been for the businesses that became Powerflow Exhausts agents during that time.

According to the company behind the exhausts, the custom build exhaust system is “consistently praised by agents as the product that always makes the balance sheet look great!”

“There is no secret to this success,” say Powerflow representatives: “it is the same old recipe – expertise gained from long experience, superb product quality, untiring after sales service.”

Powerflow came the U.K. only seven years ago, but was founded in 1973 and has been making stainless steel exhaust components ever since. Over 200 part numbers available to dealers within 24 hours of order. Powerflow currently has 75 authorised agents throughout the U.K. and Ireland.

The emphasis on product range reflects the company’s determination to provide every customer with a genuine custom built system that is tailored just for him but still provides correct sound and gas-flow characteristics for that vehicle, not a “one size fits all” affair made from a limited choice of components

“We have never stood still in this quest and our products, equipment and marketing are constantly monitored and evolved to meet changing market trends. We believe that it is our attention to detail and customer-centred approach that have kept us firmly at the forefront of the custom-build exhaust industry in the U.K.,” the company told Tyres & Accessories.

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